ERIC Number: ED110448
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Reference Count: 0
What is School-Community-Based Teacher Education and Why Should Administrators be Interested in It?
Olson, Paul A., Ed.; And Others
This monograph deals with the subject of school-community-based teacher education, and states that it is designed to broaden the future teacher's clinical experience and is oriented toward involving more concerned and knowledgeable groups in the community power structure. The monograph is written in the form of 18 questions with detailed answers, and some of the topics covered include (a) why such education is necessary and desirable, (b) judicial decisions and Equal Employment Opportunities Commission guidelines, (c) personnel licensing, (d) forms of school-community based teacher education programs and how to develop them, (e) cost of the programs, (f) how to gain support for the programs, (g) how to assess community-school teacher education centers, (h) governance, (i) recruitment and education of teachers and administrators, and (j) staffing of community-school teacher education centers. The catalog of examples discusses models for (a) governance, (b) financing, (c) structure, (d) process, and (e) staffing. The appendix lists the addresses of persons who provided the sample of programs used in this document. (RC)
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Coordination, Educational Cooperation, Field Experience Programs, Inservice Teacher Education, School Community Programs, School Community Relationship, Teacher Centers, Teacher Education
The Nebraska Curriculum Development Center, Andrews Hall, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska 68508 (No price quoted)
Publication Type: Books
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Study Commission on Undergraduate Education and the Education of Teachers, Lincoln, NE.